We seek an experienced Sr. Analyst/ Scientist to join our newly created Analytical Product Lead team within Quality Control. This individual will represent QC on the product CMC teams, own the QC-related sections of regulatory filings, and assure a harmonized approach across product types. The APL function will work with client groups within QC (Specifications, Stability, Method Validation, Operations) and interface with CMC teams, Product Teams, Quality Assurance, Supply Chain, Manufacturing, Process Development and other cross-functional teams.
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